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Real-Time Reviews – Touching Base

These days, I seem to be spending most of my writing time on real-time reviews of other authors’ books I’ve purchased.
I actually get a lot of satisfaction from real-time reviewing.

I think my early ‘gestalt’ watershed was Joel Lane’s BENEATH THE GROUND as far as a multi-authored anthology was concerned. But two other important watersheds were the very first real-time review I did in 2008 (almost accidentally): GLYPHOTECH by Mark Samuels and THE IMPELLED by Gary Fry, particularly the latter where I fully found my feet in tracking audit-trails…

I’m particularly proud of some of the most recent author reactions shown at the top of the page here: http://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/the-authors-reactions/

The whole list of links is here: http://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/

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